$6. Disputes in Religion wisely avoided. Fantasies in Di.
vinity dangerous, as giving entrance to errors; whereof our
Physician confesseth to have had two or three :-$7. Ist, that
the Soul might, in some sort, perish, and rise again with the
body ; 2d, that all men should finally be saved ; 3d, that we
might pray for the Dead :--but these he suffered not to grow
into Heresies. - $8. Of the manifold nature of schism, ever
multiplying itself.-89. Mysteries in Divinity only to be ap-
proached in Faith.-& 10. The armour of a Christian. -
$11. 1. The Eternity of GOD.-$ 12. Of the Holy Trinity.
The visible World a picture of the invisible.—& 13. 2. The
Wisdom of GOD. No danger in attempting to trace the hand
of God in His works.—& 14. Every essence hath its final Cause.
-$ 15. Nature doeth nothing in vain. - $ 16. Nature a Bible
open to all.-817. Providence often falsely called Fortune.-
818. The term Fortune used in a relative sense.- 19. Danger
of confounding the First with second causes. Passion, Reason,
Faith. --$ 20. Atheism can hardly exist.–$21. Inconsistency
of unbelief. Many questions may be raised not worthy of
solution ;-$22. others, which are often raised, may be easily
solved; others may admit a free dispute ; and others are in-
consequent.--$23. The Bible the best of books.-$24. “Of
making many books there is no end."-$25. Obstinacy of the
Jews, and want of constancy among Christians. The blood of
Martyrs the seed of the Church.-$26. Not all are Martyrs
who suffer in matters of Religion.-$27. Of Miracles. All
Miracles eqnally easy to God.- $28. All relations of Miracles
not to be received alike.-$29. Oracles.- $ 30. Witchcraft.-
$31. Philosophy distinguished from Magic. The suggestions
of Angels.-$ 32. The Spirit of God diffused throughout the
World.-$33. Of guardian and attendant Spirits.—8 34. Man
a Microcosm, partaking of the nature of all created essences.
-$35. Of Creation.-$36. Man the masterpiece of Creation.
-$37. Of the perishable body.-$38. Death bath no terrors
for a Christian.-$ 39. Man hath three separate States of
existence : 1. in the womb; 2. in this world ; 3. in the next.—
$ 40. Death to be ashamed of rather than feared.-$41. Post-
humous fame not to be desired.-$ 42. Length of days not to
be prayed for, as age doth but increase our vices.-$ 43. A
special Providence preserves our lives.-$44. Though death is